Somabay for New Year’s Eve?


Somabay for New Year’s Eve?

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“Escape the hustle and bustle of the city this New Year’s Eve and head to Somabay.” That’s the proposition from the 5* destination on Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera, which promises “guaranteed sunshine and a whole host of parties and gala dinners to enjoy” as well as a wide range of activities including excellent diving and snorkelling.

All of Somabay’s five hotels will be hosting special gala dinners where guests “will be able to sample authentic local dishes while enjoying live music to get them in the mood for the evening’s festivities”.

10 December 2019

“For those travelling with children, the Sheraton Soma Bay Resort is the destination’s most family-friendly hotel thanks to the Somasplash waterpark and the ‘no mummies kids’ club, while the Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay is the most luxurious hotel in the destination, perfect for a romantic New Year’s Eve escape.

Room prices for 25 Dec – 3 Jan start at £193 per night at the Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay and £162 per night at the Sheraton Soma Bay Resort, with adult tickets for the New Year’s Eve Gala Dinners costing £91 and £139 respectively.



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